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Old March 31st, 2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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hey i gotta 66 cj5 and i bought it with a 4 inch lift. i was wondering if it is really necessary to have the tie rods parallel to the ground. because i know all the newer (72 onward) have a dropped pittman arm that you can buy, but my 66 has a bellcrank and i cant find any info online about lowering it. should i just say screw it and hook up my suspension dampener, or is there such thing as a lowered bellcrank. (i couldnt tell you how it drives because i just got this thing, and wouldnt know about wobble)


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Old March 31st, 2008, 04:00 PM   #2
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I always converted mine to a Saginaw box if I lifted them over a couple of inches. Mine were not parallel to the ground and I didn't have trouble.
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earlycj5.com. Do a search. A wealth of info on this and anything else you can imagine for your 66.
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